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“It won’t be long before Chelsea pull the trigger” – Trevor Sinclair warns Thomas Tuchel about Chelsea recent drop in form

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"It won't be long before Chelsea pull the trigger” – Trevor Sinclair warns Thomas Tuchel about Chelsea recent drop in form 3 Sportelo

It won’t be long before Chelsea pull the trigger” – Trevor Sinclair warns Thomas Tuchel about Chelsea recent drop in form

Ex-Manchester City and West Ham midfielder Trevor Sinclair has sent warning message to blues boss Thomas Tuchel following Chelsea’s recent dip in form.

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The blues have won just one of their last four games across all competitions, ending their Champions League group campaign with a 3-3 draw against Zenit St. Petersburg, causing them to drop below Juventus in Group H, finishing with 13 points.

Chelsea’s recent dip in form has also led to them dropping to 3rd in the Premier League behind Liverpool and Man City.

 

"It won't be long before Chelsea pull the trigger” – Trevor Sinclair warns Thomas Tuchel about Chelsea recent drop in form 4 Sportelo

 

Sinclair initially praised Tuchel, saying he’s made the right choices in the transfer market, while also managing the team properly.

“I think it’s to be expected. Thomas Tuchel has done superbly since he joined Chelsea, winning the Champions League, you look at the way he’s recruited by buying a top striker in Romelu Lukaku.

“He’s not getting the best out of Lukaku at the moment, but in general with the team Frank Lampard built, he’s organised them, he”s made them difficult to beat and they’ve gone on a run where they’ve been unbelievable,” Sinclair said.

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However, he claimed that Tuchel needs to sort out his team quickly. Sinclair continued:

“You know what Chelsea are like, their footballing model is if the manager is not doing it, get shot and start again.

“I think he’s got a bit of time in the bank but, if it continues to be a bit of a flop in the Premier League, I think questions will be asked and it won’t be long before Chelsea pulls the trigger.”

Chelsea will hope to bounce back from their recent poor run of form when they host Leeds United this weekend.

In other news Chelsea are plotting an £83m switch for Juventus star forward

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